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Recent News

Is food love-hate coded in your DNA?

This Valentine’s special is the first of an exciting new programme of monthly Café Sci events in Cambridge

Hidden genetic effects behind immune diseases may be missed, study suggests

For the first time immune cells created from human induced pluripotent stem cells (HiPSCs) have been used to model immune response variation between people

Sarah Teichmann awarded the Genetics Society’s 2018 Mary Lyon Medal

Award recognises Dr Teichmann’s “outstanding research” in understanding how the immune system works by using genomics and bioinformatics approaches